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Game 5

The Egypt Game
by Zilpha Keatley Snyder
Introduction
The Egypt Game, a Newberry Award Winner, is an adventurous story about some kids that fantasize a game depicting ancient Egyptian history. The characters, April and Melanie, create many Egyptian artifacts while they play the Egypt game.


Remember your school’s acceptable use policy for work on the Internet. Also, links on the Web often change. Tell your teacher if you find an inappropriate link in this guide.



Game 5
In this activity, you will create ancient Egyptian artifacts representing Egyptian culture. After you play the game, "The Clickable Mummy", create a mummy to display in the classroom (small one, please). Also, you should show other students how to play the the 'mummy game'.

1. Use materials and supplies available in your classroom to complete the project.
2. To select colors for artwork, check art examples from Egyptian sites
(see Games 1, 2, 3, and 4).

3. Display completed projects in your classroom for other students and visitors .
4. Keep a bibliography of the web sites you use.


How You Will Be Graded
You will be graded on your accurate use of the Internet. (100 points)
You will be graded on your behavior. (100 points)
Your map will be graded on neatness, spelling and completeness of the four steps above. (100 points)
List your bibliography of websites used. (100 points)


Build a Pharaoh
Egyptian Coloring Book
The Clickable Mummy

EGYPT REMEMBERED
"Wondrous scenes of an ancient land
Temples, tombs, once buried in sand
Treasures and secrets of a long ago time
Forever cherished within one's mind."
© 1996 - Margaret S. Rigby


DID YOU KNOW?
The ancient Egyptians were the first to
document the use of makeup.
The ancient Egyptian men wore makeup!
Eye makeup was often applied with tips carved from ivory.
A makeup kit was often placed in the tomb so
that the Egyptian could makeup in the afterlife.
The ancient Egyptians often shaved their head and bodies
and wore wigs woven from human hair.
Less well to do Egyptians wore wigs made from reeds.


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